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Smart PlanificAction

Buenos Aires lead Smart Cities opportunity in LatAm.

Your health, their wealth

LatAm health insurance booms, but is a bust coming?

Shopping on- the -line

Pandemic drives e-commerce adoption across LatAm.

‘Bancarizing’ the unbanked

Rappi pens partnership with SafetyPay.

A stitch in time saves mines

Peru finally moves to reactivate the mining sector.

Public Private Dilemma

Mexican government needs private capital for infrastructure, investors unconvinced.

Frack on

Colombia takes the first steps towards fracking with pilot wells.

A mountain to climb

Hard-hit Latin American economies must solve political and social issues to reactivate successfully.


A victory for peace, not democracy, as MAS win Bolivian elections.

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Law and order

Civil society demands action to protect social leaders and human rights activists in Colombia.


Decentralised financial services and products resonate with Mexicans.

Hydrogen economy

Mexican industry and government begin to think about hydrogen.

Gateway or destination?

Airports consider their business model as a gateway and destination.